PHI 1500: Resources

MLA Formatting Guides/Tutorials
Purdue University’s “Online Writing Lab” 
Sample Paper using MLA Formatting
Hunter College’s MLA Tutorial

Helpful (& Funny!) Grammar Comics from The Oatmeal
When to use i.e. vs. e.g.
How to use a semicolon
How to use an apostrophe

Philosophy Encylopedias and Glossaries
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy  *** highly recommended! ****
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Philosophical Jargon
Visual Dictionary of Rhetorical (Argumentative) Fallacies

Philosophy Magazines, Blogs, and Podcasts
Philosophy Now Magazine
Philosophy Bites Podcasts
Rationally Speaking Blog (by CUNY Professor Massimo Pigliucci)

Articles on Diversity in Philosophy
Linda Martín Alcoff (CUNY Professor), A Call for Climate Change for Women in Philosophy
Looks Philosophical: This is What a Philosopher Looks Like (a showcase of diversity among professional philosophers)
The NY Times’ series on Women in Philosophy
The NY Times’ series on Race and Philosophy

For Fun
A comic by Allie Brosh (of Hyperbole and a Half) on “alot” vs. “a lot”
Harry G. Frankfurt, On Bullshit
Existential Comics
David Chalmers’ repository of Philosophical Humor (sadly, many of the links are broken)

An XKCD comic about the Slippery Slope fallacy:
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